Verb: давать отдавать предоставлять уделить
Interjection: дай выдай
Noun: податливость эластичность уступчивость смягчение


to give / offer / pronounce the benediction - дать благословение, благословить

to give smb. the benefit of one's experience and knowledge - поделиться с кем-л. своим опытом и знаниями

to give smb. the benefit of the doubt - оправдать кого-л. за недостаточностью улик

to give smb. a bit of one's mind - высказаться напрямик, откровенно

to give / make / pronounce / say a blessing over - благословить кого-л.

to give one's blessing to - дать своё благословение кому-л.

to give smb. the blues - наводить тоску на кого-л.

to give body to oil - загущать масло

to give / pay a bonus - дать премию

to give a boost to demand - стимулировать спрос

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Cows give milk. - Коровы дают молоко.

Give me your word. - Дай мне слово.

Give us a kiss. - Поцелуй меня. / Поцелуй нас. / Давай поцелуемся.

Give him my regards. - Передай ему привет от меня.

God give you joy! - Дай Бог вам счастья!

I gave him my name. - Я сообщил ему своё имя.

It gave me much pain. - Это причинило мне большую боль.

I give up. What's the answer? - Я сдаюсь. Какой ответ?

Give that book to me. - Дайте мне ту книгу.

Who did you give it to? - Кому вы это дали?

Give it a rest, Jack! - Хватит уже, Джек!

Can you give me a hand? - Помоги мне, пожалуйста. / Ты мне не поможешь?

The lock did not give. - Замок не поддавался.

The sun gives light. - Солнце — источник света.

Please give me some milk. - Дайте мне, пожалуйста, молока.

He gave me the letter. - Он отдал мне письмо.

Give him my best wishes. - Передай ему мои наилучшие пожелания.

He gave her a big hug. - Он крепко её обнял.

My nerves began to give. - Мои нервы стали сдавать.

Give me Mr. Black, please. - Соедините меня, пожалуйста, с мистером Блэком.

Can you give me a receipt? - Не могли бы вы дать мне квитанцию?

Give my love to Mary. - Передавай Мэри от меня привет.

Give him your confidence. - Доверься ему.

Shall I give him a buzz? - Не звякнуть ли мне ему?

I won't give it a rat's ass! - Мне это до лампочки!

Give me the knife once. - Дай-ка ножик.

He gave me a head start. - Он дал мне фору.

The draft gave me a cold. - Я простудился от сквозняка.

Give us Mozart. - Сыграйте нам Моцарта.

Give your nose a good blow. - Высморкайся хорошенько.

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Связанные термины:

give in: If you give in, you admit that you are defeated or that you cannot do something.

give me: You use give me to say that you would rather have one thing than another, especially when you have just mentioned the thing that you do not want .

give up: If you give up something, you stop doing it or having it.

give away: If you give away something that you own, you give it to someone, rather than selling it, often because you no longer want it.

give back: If you give something back, you return it to the person who gave it to you.

give ear: to give attention, esp. favorable attention; listen ; heed

give head: to perform fellatio

give odds: to offer a bet with favourable odds

give off: If something gives off or gives out a gas, heat, or a smell, it produces it and sends it out into the air.

give onto: to afford a view or prospect of

give out: If you give out a number of things, you distribute them among a group of people.

give over: If you tell someone to give over, you are telling them to stop doing something, usually because they are annoying you.

give way: to collapse or break down

give advice: If you give someone advice, you tell them what you think they should do in a particular situation.

give battle: to commence fighting

give birth: When a woman gives birth, she produces a baby from her body.

give chase: If you give chase, you run after someone or follow them quickly in order to catch them.

give forth: to send forth ; emit ; issue

give ground: to draw back or retreat

give guard: (of an umpire ) to indicate the batsman's position relative to the stumps

give place: to make room

give thanks: When people give thanks, they thank God for something good that has happened .

give evidence: If you give evidence in a court of law or an official enquiry, you officially say what you know about people or events, or describe an occasion at which you were present .

give it to: to punish ; beat or scold

give offence: to cause annoyance or displeasure to someone

give offense: to offend ; anger, insult, etc.

give priority: If you give priority to something or someone, you treat them as more important than anything or anyone else.

give up on: If you give up on something or someone, you decide that you will never succeed in doing what you want to with them, and you stop trying to.

give a shit: If someone says that they do not give a shit about something, they mean that they do not care about it at all.

give a toss: If you say that you do not give a toss about someone or something, you are emphasizing that you do not care about them at all.

give it hot: to punish or thrash someone

give or take: Give or take is used to indicate that an amount is approximate . For example, if you say that something is fifty years old, give or take a few years, you mean that it is approximately fifty years old.

give over to: If something is given over or given up to a particular use, it is used entirely for that purpose .

give rise to: to be the cause of

give someone hell: If you say that something is giving you hell, you are emphasizing that it is causing you a lot of trouble or pain.

give suck to: to give (a baby or young animal) milk from the breast or udder

give vent to: to release (an emotion, passion, idea, etc) in an utterance or outburst

give way to: If one thing gives way to another, the first thing is replaced by the second .

give wing to: to enable to fly or soar on or as if on wings

to give way: If an object that is supporting something gives way, it breaks or collapses, so that it can no longer support that thing.

give-and-take: If you say that something requires give and take, you mean that people must compromise or co-operate for it to be successful .

give a reason: The reason for something is a fact or situation which explains why it happens or what causes it to happen.

give a speech: A speech is a formal talk which someone gives to an audience .

give birth to: To give birth to something such as an idea means to cause it to start to exist .

give credit to: to have confidence or trust in; believe

give effect to: to put into practice; make operative

give free rein: to allow considerable freedom ; remove restraints

give it heaps: to try very hard

give mouth to: to express in speech ; say

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Однокоренные слова:

give away - отдавать, раздавать, выдавать, дарить, раздаривать, поддавать, жертвовать
give back - отдавать, возвращать, отплатить
give forth - обнародовать, распускать слух, объявлять
give in - уступать, сдаваться, признавать, подавать, вписывать, вручать, регистрировать
give off - выделять, испускать
give out - выделять, раздавать, испускать, распределять, кончаться, провозглашать, иссякать
give over - передавать, бросать, полностью отдавать, посвящать, оставлять
give up - сдаваться, отказываться, бросать, уступить, оставлять, покидать

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